✅ TOP 5: Best Projector For Gaming 2019

✅ TOP 5: Best Projector For Gaming 2019


Are you looking for the best projector for
gaming? In this video we’ll break down the top projectors
for gaming available whilst comparing them for price versus performance. Before we get started with our video detailing
the best projectors for gaming on the market, we have included links in the description
for each product mentioned, so make sure you check those out to see which one is in your
budget range. Starting off at number 1 we have the Sony
Home Theater Projector VPL-HW45ES. This projector is ideal for media rooms and
home theaters since it offer great color and very bright pictures (thanks to its 1800 lumen
rating). Coming from a company that has great reputation,
this is Sony’s most affordable projector. It can be mounted in a media or theater room
where ambient light can be reduced to a minimum. This projector really is a good choice for
those who have darker rooms. If you are going to use it in a bright one,
it would be better to choose other options. It’s a standard 1080p projector but has
excellent 3D. It has a rare new feature called Reality Creation
which looks at the image frame by frame and enhances it the way it thinks it should. Overall, if you own a gaming PC and you are
looking for an excellent projector for a darker room and which comes from a trusted brand
for a very affordable price, look no further than the Sony Home Theater Projector VPL-HW45ES. At number 2 we have the BenQ HT2050A. When talking about this projector, we must
mention how great its picture looks. It has noticeably darker blacks and higher
contrast. It has an amazing Eco mode available which
reduces its usage by 33%. It has 2200 ANSI Lumens rating and its color
at maximum brightness looks very realistic instead of excessively green, which is the
case with many projectors that have a similar price. Given this fact, it’s a great option for
darker rooms and rooms with moderate ambient lighting. When taken everything into consideration,
this BenQ model has great color accuracy, shadow detail and contrast for its price level. At number 3 we have the Optoma HD27HDR. This is by far the only projector that supports
HDR and costs so little. Not only that but it also accepts 4K input. So, you can connect your 4K device to it but
keep in mind that even though it will keep its HDR capabilities, it will reduce its resolution
to native 1080p. Playback of 1080p 3D is available and is still
very rare to find in other projectors. The lag input is shorter than any other current
4K model. 16.4ms is fast enough for even professional
gamers, and this is exactly how fast this projector is in Enhanced Gaming mode. Cracking at 3,400 ANSI lumens rating, it provides
a bright image in moderately light rooms. All in all, this projector has everything
it needs to provide you with a great gaming experience and it also comes at a very cheap
price! At number 4 we have the LG HU80KA. There really isn’t anything like this 4K
projector on the market right now. This thing doesn’t even look like a projector,
but once you set it up it provides beautiful high-contrast 4K picture with excellent saturation. LG HU80KA is LG’s first 4K projector and
it uses the 0.47″ 4K UHD DLP chipset and promises 20,000 hours of lamp life without
replacement, which is much more than the average! This is possible because it is driven by the
laser phosphor light engine which improves its overall contrast performance. If you are looking for a unique 4K projector
that has the option of wireless streaming on sources like YouTube, Netflix and TV, has
great lamp life and picture, look no further than this LG Model! At number 5 we have the Optoma GT5600. This projector is a fair choice for both gamers
and those looking for a little entertainment! It’s very easy to set up with its auto keystone
and four corner correction. Because it’s so easy to set up, you won’t
waste time before enjoying it fully. It has a 3,600 lumens rating and 20,000:1
contrast ratio, providing you with crystal clear 1080p images. Along with that high-quality picture comes
great sound from a 16-watt speaker. The lamp life on this Optoma model is about
15,000 hours and it has a number of connectivity options, including the USB drive. This really is one of Optoma’s best projectors
which provides you with a great picture, clear sound, excellent lamp life and good brightness. At number 6 we have the Epson Home Cinema
4010 4K PRO-UHD. This projector uses pixel-shifting technology
to deliver you the “4K enhanced” resolution with native 1080p LCD images. 4K PRO-UHD delivers better results than other
4K projector counterparts with a new algorithm. With a 15-element glass lens this projector
gives out incredibly sharp and dimensional images with no smearing. It’s rated at 2,400 lumens which is an improvement
by 200 lumens from its predecessor. Contrast ratio is at 200,000:1 which is also
a huge improvement worth mentioning. It has improved rendering and a dynamic iris
which boosts contrast and deepens black on dark scenes. Of course, it supports 3D and has 2.1 zoom
with motorized focus. If you are looking for the best 4K projector
for entertainment purposes, we highly recommend the Epson Home Cinema 4010 4K PRO-UHD. For gamers, this projector is a pass because
of its high input lag of 28.4ms. At number 7 we have the Optoma GT1080Darbee. This single-chip DLP projector provides you
with a native Full HD resolution which is great for gamers and movie-goers alike. It has Darbee processing which works very
well and doesn’t add lag. This enhances detail and depth in skin tones. It has 3,000 lumens rating and 28,000:1 contrast
ratio. What’s impressive about this projector is
that it can deliver a 100-inch image from a throw distance of little over a meter. Even though it lacks some creativity in design,
this Optoma model is still a fine choice for everybody who wants to get a reasonably-priced
projector with great image quality. And for our final pick at number 8 we have
the ViewSonic PX706HD. This projector is designed for gamers first. If you’re looking for a projector for your
home theater it would be better to look at other options. The most important feature this projector
has for gamers is its 16.4ms input lag. It provides excellent on-board audio and a
full HD 1080p resolution with a 16:9 aspect ratio. It has Full HD 3D capability and doesn’t
lack focus at any part of the screen. A lot of ports can be found on it, including
the standard VGA, HDMI and USB type C port, so you will connect your gaming monitor easily. It’s very portable and easy to carry around
because it weighs only 6 pounds. At a 6 feet distance it fills up a 120″
diagonal screen meaning that it is ideal for smaller rooms. The 2700 ANSI lumens rating helps it give
vivid picture. If you’re a gamer looking for an affordable
projector then seriously consider the ViewSonic PX706HD! So that sums up our top projectors for gaming
of 2020. We hope you enjoyed. If you did please leave a like on the video
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